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Dextran Application Area

Eye

Eye

Dextran in Eye Drops or Similar Solutions

Dextran is often used in eye drops or similar solution for ophthalmic application. Dextran can be used as the active ingredient in eye drops due to its lubricating nature or as tear-replacement. This application is used to relieve dry, irritated eyes. Common causes for dry eyes include wind, sun, heating/air conditioning, computer use/reading, and certain medications. Furthermore dextran can also be used in eye drops with a medicating component. 

Dextrans used in Eye Products

Pharmaceutical Quality Dextran 40, Dextran 60, Dextran 70 and Dextran 500 solutions are commonly used in ophthalmic products.

Dextran Thumb 40Dextran Thumb 60
Dextran Thumb 70Dextran Thumb 500

Examples of Branded Products Containing Dextran

VISINE
Johnson & Johnson
Visine Advanced Relief                
Dextran 70
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TEARS NATURALE FORTE
Alcon
Dextran 70
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VIBEX
Avedro
Dextran 500
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RICROLIN
Sooft
Dextran 500
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Anne-Marie J. Ørkild

Director, International Sales and Business Carbohydrates

Phone: +45 59 48 59 86 (direct)
E-mail: dextran@pharmacosmos.com

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Pharmacosmos is the only dextran manufacturer holding certificates from the US FDA and European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines (EDQM)

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Pharmacosmos delivers a unique dextran quality through a production technology that completely avoids the use of organic solvents and a quality system that meets the strictest cGMP standards for human medicines

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Pharmacosmos sells and ships directly to clients everywhere in the World. We deliver Pharmaceutical Quality Dextran of the highest standards, including those of the European Pharmacopoeia (EP), the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), and the Japanese Pharmacopoeia (JP).

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